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Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
when they combined with american eagle, that was followed with delta and northwest in 2008, united and continental, and southwest in air tran in 2011. the latest merger now brings the number of major u.s. carriers flying the skies from seven a decade ago, to just four today. together, the four left take up an estimated 80% inflation fairs in real terms dropped by almost 1%. what has changed over the years though is the number of fees passengers now pay in addition to air fairs. almost 9% over and above the base air fair, the record says that trend regarding fees is happening industry wide, and has little or nothing to do with airline consolidation. on twitter and facebook, we have been asking you, merged to create the world's largest airline, will this help consumers, rob says fewer flights and higher fairs not at all, but it does create opportunity for other airline if they are smart. nope, it only helps corporate profits by reducing or eliminating competition, heck of a job. tell us what you think at aj real money, or leave us a comment on facebook. let's dig deeper into how this
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